Journalism school

A journalism school is a school or department, usually part of an established university, where journalists are trained. An increasingly used term for a journalism department, school or college is 'J-School'. Many of the most famous and respected journalists of the past and present had no formal training in journalism, but learned their craft on the job, often starting out as copy boys/copy girls. Today, in many parts of the world it is usual for journalists to first complete university-level training which incorporates both technical skills such as research skills, interviewing technique and shorthand and academic studies in media theory, cultural studies and ethics.

Historically, in the United Kingdom entrants used first to complete a non media-studies related degree course, giving maximum educational breadth, prior to taking a specialist postgraduate pre-entry course. However, this has changed over the last ten years with journalism training and education moving to higher educational institutions. There are now over 60 universities in the UK offering BA honours degrees in journalism. Postgraduate courses are more well-established, some of which are either recognised by the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) or the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ).

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Decatur installing split-phase traffic signal at South Columbia/Talley

Atlanta Journal 23 Sep 2019
Decatur has begun installation of the long-anticipated split-phase traffic signal that’ll control the three approaches on South Columbia Drive, Talley Street and Shadowmoor Drive just west of the new Talley Street Upper Elementary School ... A 10-foot wide multi-use path from the school to South Columbia has already been completed....
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'This is really special for me' — Scott Frost and his father inducted into Nebraska ...

Stowe Today 23 Sep 2019
The day when he and his father, Larry Frost, would enter the Nebraska High School Sports Hall of Fame together. That day came Sunday as the Nebraska head football coach and his father were two of 26 athletes, coaches, teams, contributors and officials inducted as the Class of 2019 at Lincoln East High School ... EMILY HANEY, Journal Star....
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Snellville partners with Gwinnett Tech to offer GED classes

Atlanta Journal 23 Sep 2019
“Our goal is to help those students who would benefit from a high school equivalency gain the tools they need to succeed in a college or in a career ... Gwinnett Tech is also offering GED classes at South Gwinnett High School. Support real journalism. Support local journalism....
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Watchman editor selected for training at Poynter Institute

Tyler Morning Telegraph 23 Sep 2019
Since then, she has worked at M.Roberts Media, first at the Marshall News Messenger, then the Longview News-Journal ... She credits “the great Annette Johnson” with responsibility for her catching the journalism bug while in high school and said that having a great string of editors throughout her journalism career has helped with her success....
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Photos: Scott Frost and his father inducted into Nebraska High School Sports Hall of Fame

Daily American 23 Sep 2019
Scott Frost and his father Larry Frost were inducted into the Nebraska High School Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2019 during a ceremony on Sunday at Lincoln East High School. Journal Star photos by Emily Haney ... ....
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Into the exodus

The Lawton Constitution 23 Sep 2019
... my name is American and I was a high school English teacher and journalism teacher who was well-spoken with no accent,” Tyrell said....
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APS asks voters to OK pared-down capital package

Rio Rancho Observer 23 Sep 2019
Copyright © 2019 Albuquerque Journal. In its second attempt this year, Albuquerque Public Schools is going before voters asking for capital money – but this time with a pared-down package with no tax increase and, as a result, millions less in fiscal requests ... Several other schools would also get money for new classrooms if voters sign off.....
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Betts leads Wolverines over Urchins

New Albany Gazette 23 Sep 2019
By Gene Phelps. Daily Journal. ELLISTOWN – East Webster went with its best Betts in Friday’s Class 2A non-division showdown against East Union. Junior quarterback Steven Betts rushed for 273 yards and produced six touchdowns to lead the No. 4-ranked Daily Journal small school to a 62-38 victory over the Urchins. “He ran over us and ran through us ... ....
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Post-quake fake news drives Albanians outdoors

The Oklahoman 23 Sep 2019
Authorities rushed to call for calm, saying the reports were fake ... Elementary and high schools are closed Monday. Associated Press. News from The Associated Press, and a taste of the great journalism produced by AP members and customers ... ....
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MSSU students' research wins honors at international anatomists' conference

The Joplin Globe 23 Sep 2019
To their surprise and gratitude, several departments on campus — including the biology and environmental health department, the dean of the School of Arts & Sciences, the student senate and the Institute for International Studies — contributed to their travel expenses and conference fees....
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Fayette County sets hearings to discuss new middle school

Atlanta Journal 22 Sep 2019
Booth Middle School in Peachtree City ... Attendance zones would remain the same, and the new school would accommodate 1,400 students ... The public can also send comments directly to the school board by emailing sikes.kaye@mail.fcboe.org. Support real journalism....
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Three to be inducted into Nebraska Journalism Hall of Fame

The North Platte Telegraph 22 Sep 2019
Les Mann began his journalism career as a staff member for The Lantern, the Pendleton, Oregon, high school newspaper in 1969 and pursued his passion for news throughout a long career, much of it in Nebraska ... degree from the University of Oregon School of Journalism in 1976....
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Our view: Farewell to Rev. Eversley

Winston-Salem Journal 22 Sep 2019
Eversley spoke out in support of organizations like AIDS Care Service, telling the Journal’s then-editorial page editor, John Railey, in 2017, “A lot of this boils down to how do we treat human beings like human beings, created in the likeness of God?” ... the school system....
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